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Lesnar’s Opponent Revealed for WWE Live in Toronto and Another Superstar Injured

(WWE Heavyweight champion Brock Lesnar)

The next WWE Network live special, “WWE March to WrestleMania: Live from Toronto”, will take place on Saturday March 12th from the Ricoh Coliseum in Toronto, Canada.

The venue has updated their official preview for the event, with the main event being advertised as Roman Reigns vs. Sheamus. Additionally, another match being advertised appears to be Brock Lesnar vs. Wyatt Family member Luke Harper, as well as the WWE debut of AJ Styles in Toronto.

Here is the venue’s official preview for the event:

For the First Time Ever the WWE Cameras come to Ricoh Coliseum for a WWE Network Special: WWE March to WrestleMania.

Roman Reigns vs. Sheamus
Brock Lesnar w/ Paul Heyman
Luke Harper w/ Bray Wyatt
Chris Jericho hosts the Highlight Reel
AJ Styles makes his WWE Debut in Toronto!

Plus more of your favorite WWE Superstars including:

The New Day
The Miz
The Usos
Brie Bella
And Many More!

Alberto Del Rio is currently experiencing an issue with his lower back, according to Mike Johnson of PWInsider. He becomes the latest in a long line of WWE Superstars to be dealing with injury.

He did not compete in a match on Monday’s Raw and he reportedly wasn’t backstage at the Smackdown taping.

It’s unknown at this stage how serious his injury is.

UPDATE: Del Rio reportedly hurt his back when he took a vertical suplex from Brock Lesnar in the Royal Rumble match.

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